The Falcon and Winter Soldier trailer is here. Less than six weeks after the premiere, Disney and Marvel Studios screened full-length trailers for Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar’s next Marvel Cinematic Universe limited series during the 2021 Super Bowl. It filled us with “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier” and set the goal of the villain Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl), and let us once again see Erin Kellyman (solo exhibition: “Star Wars”)’s minor villain . Member of Flag-Smashers, an anarchist anti-patriotic organization.
Unfortunately Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) seemed to be in “relationship therapy” at the beginning of the “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier” trailers before figuring out what they were. The difference between. Elsewhere, Zemo declared that “superheroes are not allowed”, and he “has no intention of leaving my work unfinished.” Sam and Bucky also crossed with former SHIELD agent Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp), who showed off some of his own serious moves in trailers for The Falcon and Winter Soldier.
Bucky ran into the masked Flag-Smashers at the end of the trailer and almost died. Sam further added: “Hello, did the girl kick you?” The trailer for the Falcon and the Winter Soldier (mainly set for the 22-mile Migos song “Is You Ready” in the movie) was set at the beginning It’s over, because it reiterates the frustration created by the double thread between the two threads. The angry doctor participated in a literal gaze contest while watching.
In addition to Brühl, Kellyman, Mackie, Stan and VanCamp, The Falcon and Winter Soldier have Wyatt Russell as Captain America’s successor John F. Walker (he is referred to as an American agent in the comics), and Georges St-Pierre as the mercenary Georges Batroc, with Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine Adepero Oduye, Desmond Chiam, Miki Ishikawa, Noah Mills, Carl Lumbly and Danny Ramirez in “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier” Play an undisclosed role in.
Malcolm Spellman (Empire) is the creator and lead writer of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”, with Kari Skogland (The Maid’s Story) as the director. Unlike the half-hour WandaVision (the first MCU Disney+ series to follow), the episodes of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier” will run for 40-50 minutes.
The Falcon and Winter Soldier will premiere on Disney + and Disney + Hotstar on March 19.